Friday November 3rd, Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest is managing a controlled burn on behalf of the Ashland Forest Resiliency in the Bull Gap recreation area. Smoke will impact the USFS 2080 Road and some sections of upper Bull Gap Trail. Smoke is not expected to enter town and could be visible if clearing allows.
Check weather and smoke on the watershed camera and see the burn location on the controlled burn map. See alternative recreation routes here.
Click here for a video about proactive fire planning to learn how a little smoke from controlled burning is helping make our forests healthier and our community safer in the face of increasingly hot and dry summers.